• Allen Robinson - WR
    Posted 2/22/18 3:21pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars impending free-agent WR Allen Robinson said he has not had contract extension talks with the Jaguars since last year's training camp.

    Huddle Up: Robinson is expected to receive the franchise tag this offseason, so he should be back with the Jaguars for at least one more season. Owners in most fantasy leagues should consider Robinson a No. 2 or No. 3 fantasy receiver in 2018 if he is healthy.

  • Allen Robinson - WR
    Posted 2/19/18 11:25am ET

    Updating an ongoing story, Jacksonville Jaguars impending free-agent WR Allen Robinson (knee) is expected to receive the franchise tag, if no long-term deal can be reached.

    Huddle Up: Robinson is too talented for the blossoming Jaguars to let walk. Provided his knee isn't a problem, consider him as a WR2 in most formats.

  • Allen Robinson - WR
    Posted 2/18/18 7:25pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars impending free-agent WR Allen Robinson will likely take precedent over impending free-agent WR Marqise Lee when it comes to contract negotiations, according to Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com.

    Huddle Up: Robinson is coming off a knee injury, but while Lee showed some potential last year, Robinson has the much higher ceiling. Wherever Robinson ends up, he will have WR2 potential. Lee is likely a bench option for fantasy owners.

  • Allen Robinson - WR
    Posted 2/15/18 9:22am ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars impending free-agent WR Allen Robinson (knee) doesn't believe the torn anterior cruciate ligament he suffered last season will keep prospective teams from wanting to sign him. Robinson added that every team has seen how good he can be when he's healthy.

    Huddle Up: Robinson will be at full health when offseason activities commence, if he's not there already. This was the first big injury of Robinson's career. He had averaged 1,141.5 yards and 10 touchdowns over his previous two seasons, so he'll be a hot commodity if the Jaguars don't re-sign him. He'll have WR2 appeal wherever he plays.

  • Blake Bortles - QB
    Posted 2/11/18 7:24pm ET

    The Jacksonville Jaguars could select a quarterback in the first or second round of the 2018 NFL Draft to provide competition for QB Blake Bortles, according Mike DiRocco of ESPN.com.

    Huddle Up: Bortles' long-term future with the Jaguars remains in doubt, but he should at least be a quality QB2 in 2018. He has thrown more than 20 touchdowns in each of the last three seasons and has topped 300 rushing yards in all four years in the league.

  • Chris Ivory - RB
    Posted 1/31/18 7:47pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars RB Chris Ivory 'sure seems like a goner at this point,' according to Mike Kaye of FirstCoastNews.com. He added that 'dropping Ivory would be nothing short of a formality at this point,' even though his contract still has 'plenty' of dead money.

    Huddle Up: Ivory wasn't even active for the Jaguars' last two postseason games, so the writing is pretty much on the wall. Obviously, Leonard Fournette is the main guy in the backfield moving forward, and with younger options in Corey Grant and T.J. Yeldon behind him, it indeed looks like Ivory will be moving on. It remains to be seen if he can be a relevant fantasy option in 2018.

  • Blake Bortles - QB
    Posted 1/30/18 1:22pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles (wrist) is expected to remain with the Jaguars despite recently undergoing surgery on his injured wrist, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Rapoport said the plan all along has been for Bortles to return as starter.

    Huddle Up: The Jaguars have to be tempted to draft a quarterback in such a deep draft class, but Bortles improved in 2017 and quarterbacked Jacksonville to the AFC Championship. He has his fair share of mistakes, which he cut back on last season, but Bortles is an underrated fantasy quarterback thanks in no small part to his running ability.

  • Allen Robinson - WR
    Posted 1/29/18 10:40am ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars impending free-agent WR Allen Robinson (knee) said he expects to be 100 percent healthy in the near future. Robinson said he does not know what to expect from the Jaguars in terms of a possible contract offer.

    Huddle Up: Owners should keep an eye on the situation to see if the Jaguars will try to re-sign Robinson or place the franchise tag on him. He likely would receive a solid amount of interest if he hit the free-agent market. Robinson probably will be a starting receiver for a team in 2018 and can be considered a No. 2 or No. 3 fantasy receiver.

  • Blake Bortles - QB
    Posted 1/29/18 8:56pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles (wrist) had surgery on his right wrist Friday, Jan. 26, for a condition that had bothered him since December of 2016, according to sources.

    Huddle Up: As a first-round pick entering his fifth season, the surgery leaves Bortles in even more limbo, as his fifth-year club option is only guaranteed for injury. Bortles' place on the roster was already tenuous given the likelihood of quarterbacks such as Kirk Cousins and Alex Smith expected to be available and the Jaguars' new status as a place potentially available quarterbacks will want to go. At the moment, it's looking like Bortles may not be on the Jacksonville roster when the middle of March rolls around.

  • Allen Robinson - WR
    Posted 1/24/18 10:41am ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars impending free-agent WR Allen Robinson may be given the franchise tag if he is not signed to a multi-year deal, according to Ryan O'Halloran of The Florida Times-Union.

    Huddle Up: Robinson is one of the top free-agent wide receivers on the market this year, so it would behoove the Jaguars to at least tag him if they can't sign him for longer. He's one of the best deep threats in football but has struggled to build a consistent rapport with Blake Bortles. Assuming he's at full health, he's a low-end WR1 to high-end WR2 as a more suitable fit in standard formats.

  • Marqise Lee - WR
    Posted 1/24/18 10:48am ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars impending free-agent WR Marqise Lee is not expected to be re-signed, in the opinion of Ryan O'Halloran of The Florida Times-Union. Halloran posits that the mostly likely case for Lee being re-signed is if WR Allen Robinson is not retained. Another possibility is that WR Allen Hurns could be released in order to create $7 million more in salary cap space. Lee could also be asked to take a pay cut. However, with WRs Dede Westbrook and Keelan Cole contributing well, Lee may be the odd man out.

    Huddle Up: Jacksonville possesses good depth at the wide receiver position -- too much depth, in fact. Westbrook and Cole are young, budding wideouts and Robinson is one of the best receivers in the game when he's playing to his full potential. Lee's fantasy value will be better determined when we know where he's playing.

  • Leonard Fournette - RB
    Posted 1/23/18 12:59am ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette finished the playoffs with four rushing touchdowns, which is tied for the most by a rookie in postseason history. Retired RBs Norm Standlee (1941), Tony Dorsett (1977), William Floyd (1994) and Jamal Lewis (2000) are the others to have accomplished this feat.

    Huddle Up: Fournette missed three games during his rookie campaign but still managed to hit the 1,000-yard plateau, scoring nine touchdowns in the process. There's no question Fournette will be a consensus first-round pick in fantasy drafts next season, but owners just need to be weary of his potentially troublesome ankle. His ceiling is as high as anyone's if he can stay healthy for all 16 regular season games.

  • Blake Bortles - QB
    Posted 1/22/18 2:47pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles said he would be 'thrilled' to remain with the Jacksonville Jaguars. The fourth-year quarterback will be an impending free agent in 2019.

    Huddle Up: Bortles did his part in leading the Jaguars to the AFC Championship. His numbers don't jump off the chart, but he made fewer mistakes than in previous years. His running ability makes him an underrated fantasy quarterback.

  • T.J. Yeldon - RB
    Posted 1/21/18 3:43pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars RB T.J. Yeldon rushed five times for 25 yards in the AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots on Sunday, Jan. 21, and he added two catches for six yards on three targets.

    Huddle Up: Yeldon didn't do a whole lot in the regular season, but he did step up in the postseason to hold his own when Leonard Fournette needed a breather. If he can ascend to and keep the No. 2 spot behind Fournette in 2018, he might be worth a look in deeper leagues as a handcuff, particularly PPR formats. It depends on the team's personnel moves in the offseason.

  • Leonard Fournette - RB
    Posted 1/21/18 3:34pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette rushed 24 times for 76 yards and a touchdown in the AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots on Sunday, Jan. 21, and he added two grabs for 13 yards.

    Huddle Up: Fournette was instrumental in Jacksonville's turnaround from doormat to contender this season, as the rookie posted 1,040 rushing yards, nine touchdowns on the ground and one receiving score during the regular season. He'll be a fantasy mainstay for many years to come.

  • Blake Bortles - QB
    Posted 1/21/18 3:33pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles completed 23-of-36 passes for 293 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions in the AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots on Sunday, Jan. 21.

    Huddle Up: Bortles and his teammates were outscored 14-3 in the decisive fourth quarter to derail their chances at a first Super Bowl appearance, but it was a great season for the Jags. He finished the regular season with a 60.2 completion percentage, 3,687 yards and 21 touchdowns with 13 interceptions. As such, he'll be in the low-end QB1 fantasy discussion in larger leagues, but he should mostly be a QB2 in most formats.

  • Marcedes Lewis - TE
    Posted 1/21/18 4:10pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars TE Marcedes Lewis had one catch for four yards and his first-career NFL postseason touchdown in the AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots on Sunday, Jan. 21.

    Huddle Up: Lewis didn't factor into the game plan much after his second quarter scoring grab, although he is always instrumental as a blocking tight end. The veteran should be back playing a healthy amount of snaps in 2018, but he isn't much of a fantasy factor at this point of his career.

  • Corey Grant - RB
    Posted 1/21/18 4:08pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars RB Corey Grant ran one for two yards in the AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots on Sunday, Jan. 21, and he added three receptions for 59 yards.

    Huddle Up: Grant showed tremendous hands out of the backfield and bursts of speed, and he could be someone who finds himself with a larger role in 2018 depending on the team's offseason personnel moves.

  • Marqise Lee - WR
    Posted 1/21/18 4:01pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars WR Marqise Lee posted four receptions for 41 yards on a team-high eight targets in the AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots on Sunday, Jan. 21.

    Huddle Up: Lee showed glimpses of brilliance during the regular season, helping fill the early void once Allen Robinson went down with a season-ending injury. He heads into the offseason as a impending unrestricted free agent, so his fantasy outlook for 2018 is a bit unclear.

  • Allen Hurns - WR
    Posted 1/21/18 3:44pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars WR Allen Hurns finished with six receptions and 80 yards on seven receptions in the AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots on Sunday, Jan. 21.

    Huddle Up: Hurns did a decent job when he was healthy, stepping up once Allen Robinson went down with a season-ending injury. However, he is normally more of a WR4 or WR5 in fantasy leagues, and should be treated as such heading into 2018.

  • Dede Westbrook - WR
    Posted 1/21/18 4:11pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars WR Dede Westbrook managed just one receptions for 29 yards on three targets in the AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots on Sunday, Jan. 21.

    Huddle Up: Westbrook has plenty of big-play potential, but a core muscle injury caused him to miss a huge chunk of the season. He showed signs of life down the stretch and he should benefit from a full offseason program if he can stay healthy. Westbrook could be a fantasy sleeper into 2018 depending on how the personnel moves go during the offseason, as Marqise Lee and Allen Robinson are each impending unrestricted free agents.

  • Blake Bortles - QB
    Posted 1/19/18 1:31pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles (wrist) fully participated in practice Friday, Jan. 19, and is not on the injury report for the AFC Championship game.

    Huddle Up: Bortles had a solid second half of the season and has posted decent numbers in the playoffs but will be facing a good New England Patriots defense in the championship game. He may not be asked to throw much during the game and can be a considered a risky fantasy option for owners.

  • Leonard Fournette - RB
    Posted 1/19/18 1:22pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette (ankle) were limited during practice Friday, Jan. 19, and is not on the injury report for the AFC Championship game.

    Huddle Up: Fournette should receive his normal workload and will be a big part of the team's offense against the New England Patriots. He should be a No. 1 fantasy running back in all leagues this week.

  • Leonard Fournette - RB
    Posted 1/18/18 8:33am ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette (ankle) is expected to practice Thursday, Jan. 18.

    Huddle Up: Fournette is coming off a 25-109-3 game, and the New England Patriots could bend for yardage. They allowed the second-fewest rushing scores to RBs, though, with five all season. Fournette is an RB1 option and arguably the best back left in the playoffs.

  • Blake Bortles - QB
    Posted 1/18/18 2:01pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles (wrist) fully participated in practice Thursday, Jan. 18.

    Huddle Up: Bortles has posted solid numbers over the last few weeks but may be asked to do more in the AFC Championship game. He will be facing a solid New England Patriots defense and will be a risky fantasy option.

  • Leonard Fournette - RB
    Posted 1/18/18 1:42pm ET

    Updating a previous report, Jacksonville Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette (ankle) was limited during practice Thursday, Jan. 18.

    Huddle Up: Fournette should be ready to play in the AFC Championship game as long as he does not suffer a setback. He is one of the better running backs in the NFL and should be a No. 1 fantasy running back in all leagues.

  • Leonard Fournette - RB
    Posted 1/17/18 7:27am ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette (ankle) is expected to practice Wednesday, Jan. 17.

    Huddle Up: Fournette is coming off of a 25-109-3 beast of a game in the divisional game. The New England Patriots allowed the second-fewest rushing scores this year with five. They're a bend-but-don't-break defense, so there could be yards to pick up. Fournette continues to be an RB1 in playoff formats.

  • Blake Bortles - QB
    Posted 1/17/18 1:48pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles (wrist) participated fully in practice Wednesday, Jan. 17.

    Huddle Up: There's a lot on Bortles' shoulders heading into the AFC Championship. He'll need to be mistake-free in order for the Jaguars to upset the New England Patriots. He'll be a borderline QB1, largely thanks to his running ability, going into the 2018 fantasy year.

  • Leonard Fournette - RB
    Posted 1/17/18 1:45pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette (ankle) was limited in practice Wednesday, Jan. 17.

    Huddle Up: In order to upset the New England Patriots the Jags will have to keep Tom Brady and company on the sideline. Fournette will be a major factor in Jacksonville's game plan and is comfortably in RB1 territory for next season.

  • Allen Robinson - WR
    Posted 1/15/18 9:30am ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars impending free-agent WR Allen Robinson (knee) said he believes he will be able to pass a physical when free agency begins. He suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in Week 1.

    Huddle Up: Robinson likely would receive interest from several teams if he hits the free-agent market, but the Jaguars probably will try to re-sign him. He should be a starting receiver for a team in 2018 and can be a No. 2 or No. 3 fantasy receiver.

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